ClassPass’s bubble has burst! [PART 2]

ClassPass’s bubble has burst! [PART 2]

The other day we wrote about ClassPass’s bubble bursting, and how their scheme to lure in users and rob gyms blind has failed.

Any they are continuing with their path of destruction by jacking up their prices in their LA market. Again, they are raising their prices for the second time this year.

The cost of ClassPass in the Los Angeles market has risen from $99 at the start of the year to $119 per month to now $175 per month. That’s almost double what it was just 5 months ago.  Someone at Class Pass should really hire someone that has worked as an accountant before.

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